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The Second Amendment applies to the District, too
Topic - Kevin Iverson
About 18,000 people migrated last year to North Dakota, boosting the state's population to an all-time high, according to U.S. Census Bureau figures released Thursday.
"We have a dynamic population that comes and goes," Iverson said.
Kevin Iverson, manager of the census office at the state Commerce Department, said North Dakota did not contest the 2010 census count.